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Here's What Causes Narcolepsy

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Categories: Biology   |   Health   |   Science  
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When you think of narcolepsy, you probably think of people falling asleep at seemingly random times, but its actually much more than that. It causes hallucinations, insomnia, sleep paralysis and can be triggered by moments of joy. Oh, and the key to understanding it came from studying mans best friend.
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